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Simpler is better for many companies, but an increasing number of firms want access to more data
With cloud services collecting more data from businesses, firms should prepare for potential breaches that involve their providers
Attacks via the Internet's Domain Name System may seem out of your reach, but there are ways to prevent them
Criminals have expanded use of the cloud-service model to make their illegal enterprises more efficient and accessible
A cloud provider used to be the low-cost option for domain-name system (DNS) services, but the ability to act as a security proxy has convinced many that cloud is better
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- Lack Of Security Expertise? App-Analysis Services Could Help
- CrowdStrike Gets $30M In New Round Of Funding
- Report: DDoS Attacks Getting Bigger, Faster Than Ever
- Desktops-As-A-Service Boost Security, But Beware
By The Numbers
Driven by increasingly complex IT environments and lack of security expertise, more companies will be turning to managed security services -- both cloud and on-premise -- driving revenues to $18 billion in 2016, up from $11.7 billion in 2011, according to Infonetics Research.
Source: Infonetics' "Cloud and CPE Managed Security Services" report
Around the Web
Free Research and Reports
- Forrester Study: The Total Economic Impact of VMware View
- Securing Executives and Highly Sensitive Documents of Corporations Globally
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- Longline Phishing: A New Class of Advanced Phishing Attacks
- Defense Against the Dark Arts: Finding and Stopping Advanced Threats